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Introduction
Savour fine culinary masterpieces by celebrated Michelin star chefs - Masayasu Yonemura, Laurent Peugeot and Justin Hor while enjoying the breathtaking bayfront view. ME@OUE specialises in a unique mixture of Japanese, French and Chinese cuisine. continue reading
Good For
Fine Dining
Other Info
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Restaurant Website
http://www.me-oue.com/
Signature Dishes
Cote de Boeuf Charcoal Grilled A4 Ohmi Striploin
Review (4)
It was the Beau's birthday and we decided to celebrate at the 3-cuisined restaurant, ME@OUE Bayfront.   It was a breathtaking restaurant no doubt, offering gorgeous views of the cityscape, and accessible by its own private elevator at OUE Bayfront Building. One would pass by a long passageway with rows of wine on display before desccending upon the restaurant entrance. The interior was simply stunning - I could not help staring because it looked like a skyful of stars overhead, and the intimate, elegant ambience was nearly unearthly. On the table were poinsettias in anticipation of Christmas, and behind us was an open kitchen. Service was personalised, attentive and thoughtful.We started with the Squid Ink Croissant - a pleasant surprise, which was flakey, soft and utterly tasty, redolent with the sweet murkiness of squid's natural flavour.The Foie Gras Terrine (SGD$28.00) - a thick disc with pretty plating of quince marmalade, mint, caramelised hazelnut, coffee salt, and served with scrumptious Cheese Brioche. The foie gras was lightly-flavoured, none of that heavy, dank tasting that mediocre foie gras contains; it was light, creamy and velvety - and perfect either spread over the brioche or eaten in tiny bits on its own.The Lobster Risotto (SGD$38.00 for appetiser portion / SGD$72.00 for main course portion) - doused with hazelnut squid ink, sea asparagus and parmesan cheese. The rice was chewy and grainy the way I loved it, pooled by a luscious gravy sapid with lobster's flavour; the lobster pieces were generous, springy and pleasing to the palate.For full review and more detailed information, please feel free to visit:http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/12/dinner-at-meoue-bayfront.html continue reading
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see my full reviews & photos at = http://chefquak.com/2015/06/10/wonderful-evening-good-friend-sumptuous-dinner-me-oue-on-9jun2015/had a wonderful dinner with a close friend at me@oue on 9.6.2015. ^^we were booked for 6.30pm, so great views of MBS & marina bay before nightfall. we had a great table right by the window. anyway, you can just walk outside to the terrace, and marina bay front opens up before you!^^we started with warm squid ink brioche. i had mine broken into bite size pieces before i remembered & assembled them for the photo. haha!there was a soothing table decor.we decided to order japanese ohmi wagyu A4 striploin to share & a red lobster each. so was picking an appetiser to share.i already had the tuna tartare the last time here. we settled on a scallop carpaccio served on some veloute topped with caviar.must say the scallop carpaccio was top grade sashimi, very sweet & tasty. there were 5 slices. the veloute was good too.the red lobster, which was done chilli crab style arrived, together with deep-fried man tou.surprised, i pointed out to the server that the last time i had the red lobster here, it was a full lobster & not 1/2 lobster.he replied that indeed it was a full lobster & he had it split for us so that each of use was served a 1/2 lobster on individual plate instead of sharing it with 1 man tou.so the server misunderstood our order, quite understandably. we were very pleased with the excellent service.likewise he split for us the ohmi A4 wagyu striploin, done the recommended medium rare. ^^wagyu was 200g, so after split, it was still a sizeable portion, served separately with sides (jalapeño chilli, leek, king oyster mushroom, cherry tomato) & 4 dip sauces. excellent food, superb service!ohmi is among the top 3 japanese wagyu, the other 2 being matsuzaka & kobe.it was very nicely marbled & flavourful, excellent grilling & medium rare. most enjoyable!we wondered about ordering a second red lobster as initially intended.lobster was nice, still chilli crab style was not my favourite & it was a large lobster (maybe 650g), so 1/2 was a big enough portion & the “mistake” suited us well, probably wouldn’t want a second order.we picked through the menu with the very helpful & professional server, and decided on the lobster risotto.the risotto was excellently al dente. the crustacean stock was very tasty & intense but a tad too salty.for myself, i prefer the crustacean stock to be tempered with vegetable stock to give much more balanced sweet flavours.lobster was plentiful. i believe they did use a full lobster & split into 1/2 & served individually to us.we had a great time watching the laser display & music by MBS & the great views from the terrace.dinner was S$195 after 50% amex palate discounts for 2, for such an excellent meal with 2 lobsters, ohmi wagyu & scallops carpaccio in wonderful company. be back for more!^^ continue reading
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Me@OUE serves Japanese, French and Chinese cuisine. I would usually claim, “Too many cooks spoil the broth,” but the stellar cast of award-winning chefs ensure the standards are high. Chef Justin Hor, in charge of the Chinese menu, is the Vice-President of the International Exchange Association of Renowned Chinese Cuisine; while Michelin-starred chefs Laurent Peugot and Masayasu Yonemura are in charge of the French and Japanese cuisine respectively.An exclusive elevator will bring you to a classy restaurant with ambient lighting and tall ceiling – the beginning of an amazing experience. Great for romantic dates and groups afterwork. The al fresco bar offers a spectacular panoramic view of Marina Bay. Me@OUE set lunch price is $48+ (2 courses) and $58+ (3 courses), rather good value considering some of the best dishes we had were from the lunch menu. Not only were the food and decor excellent, my dad and I were quite impressed with the service, well trained and managed by Loic Esposito, formerly from New York’s Daniel Boulud restaurant. Our server’s name for the night was Hai, a Singapore PR who speaks with BBC accent because he learnt English from listening to BBC news. (My dad listens to BBC 88.9fm too!) My dad said, “There are so many waiters.”I replied, “The more attentive the service.”For full review and more photos, please visit http://rubbisheatrubbishgrow.wordpress.com/2013/09/16/meoue-singapore/ continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)